The Ring-tum Phi

Lee Chapel, a central landmark on campus, will be renamed University Chapel. Photo by Grace Mamon, '22.

W&L will not drop Lee from university name, but Lee Chapel will be renamed

Grace Mamon June 4, 2021
After almost a year of deliberation, the board’s special committee decided to retain the university name

Lexington’s new police chief gets started

Shauna Muckle May 19, 2021
Chief Angela Greene began her new role May 10, after her appointment was announced last month

State primaries for governor are underway

Mary Alice Russell May 19, 2021
Here is some information you need to be an informed voter in the Virginia primary elections on June 8

Photography exhibit explores racial profiling through artifacts

Virginia Laurie May 19, 2021

“Profiled” by Ken Gonzales-Day exhibits in Washington and Lee’s Staniar Gallery April 26 to May 28. In the large-scale photography exhibit, LA-based artist and art-historian Gonzalez-Day looks...

In-person jazz concert rescheduled

Isabel Ryan May 19, 2021
After being rained out once, the jazz ensemble regrouped for a spring term show

Interdisciplinary art installation explores migrant crisis at the southern border

Andrew Claybrook May 19, 2021
Hostile Terrain exhibit invites reckoning with migratory deaths
Name change decision coming in June, rector says

Name change decision coming in June, rector says

Grace Mamon May 19, 2021
The board has been reconsidering the university’s relation-ship with Lee since July

COVID-19 update: Cases low, plans for fall unclear

Sophie Kidd May 19, 2021
Restrictions for next year are still in the works, but dining changes have been confirmed
Meet Chawne Kimber, new dean of the college

Meet Chawne Kimber, new dean of the college

Bri Hatch May 19, 2021
New dean said she aims to find“collaborative solutions”

Elrod Commons to undergo renovation

Grace Mamon May 19, 2021

Elrod Commons, built in 2002 to function as the “living room” of campus, will undergo a renovation of its second and third floors be-ginning this summer. The goal of the renovation is to redesign...

The line at Hillel’s E. Cafe stretched out the door for lunch on May 3, the day it reopened. Photo by Grace Mamon, ‘22.

Hillel reopens after fire

Garrett Price May 19, 2021
The dining venue and Jewish life center welcomed students back for the last weeks of school
Students find pamphlets about Robert E. Lee’s legacy around campus. Photo by Avalon Pernell, ‘23.

Students, alumni, parents weigh in on university name

Avalon Pernell May 19, 2021
Tensions build on and off cam-pus as the Board of Trustees draws closer to making a decision on the university’s name
Load More Stories
Activate Search